What’s on this weekend – 7th & 8th Apr 2018
Written by Big Hits on April 7, 2018
Easter at Mount Stewart
Monday 26 March – Sunday 8 April/11am – 4pm
Mount Stewart, Portaferry Road, Newtownards, BT22 2AD £: included in admission
Pick up a Spring Activity Trail Map, follow the clues on the Yellow Trail and discover some fun nature facts along the way over the Easter Holidays! Become an Eco Explorer and learn how to build a red squirrel drey, enjoy some tracking games, find your flock and learn how animals use their senses! 24ppl per group including adults. Sessions start at 11 am, 12.30pm and 2pm and will last 50-60mins.
Booking at reception on the day on a first come, first served basis.
Festival of Storytelling in 8 Languages
Friday 6 April / 1pm-4pm
UFTM, Cultra, Holywood, BT18 0EU £: Normal admission
In partnership with Queen’s University Belfast we are delighted to welcome a Festival of Storytelling in 8 languages to the Folk Museum.
Farming Seaweed – what’s the point?
Friday 6 April/7.30pm
Barholm, Portaferry, BT22 1PF
*PLEASE NOTE CHANGE TO SCHEDULE,
NOW A ONE DAY EVENT
Sunday 8 April/ McKee Clock Arena, Quay Street, Bangor, BT20 5ED/ From 1pm
Ireland’s Strongest Man competition: A one-day strength extravaganza
Saturday 7 April/9am – 12 noon
Mount Stewart, Portaferry Road, Newtownards, BT22 2AD £: Car £5; Van £10; Trailer £15
Come along and sell your unwanted items or browse around the many stalls and pick up a few treasures. Gates open from 7am for set up. Please see website for Terms &Conditions.
Family Fun at Cockle Row Cottages
Entertainment every Saturday & Sunday 2pm-4pm, Cottages open 11am-5pm
Cockle Row Cottages, Main Street, Groomsport, BT19 6GH £: Free
Saturday 7 April- Children’s Crafts & Glitter Tattoos Sunday 8 April- Fizz Wizz Pop magic show & Face Painting
Saturday 14 April- Crazy Golf & Children’s crafts Sunday 15 April- Sand Crafts & Clayrazy Workshop
Saturday 7 April/2.30pm
Web Theatre, North Street, Newtownards
Early 1900’s World of Crafts
Saturday 7 – Saturday 28 April
The Space, Ards Visitor Information Centre, 31 Regent Street, Newtownards BT23 4AD
The Folk Museum at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in Cultra tells the story of life in early 20th century Ulster. Costumed visitor guides bring history to life for visitors of all ages by telling stories and demonstrating crafts from bygone